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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I recently had to start doing a fair amount of C coding and it seems like you have to shift your mindset to think in terms of addresses, pointers, and data types. The first two weeks were quite painful, but after that everything just clicked, I've written two linux kernel modules over the course of about two months. Switching off between perl and c isn't that hard either once you've done it once. Good luck, and don't give up!

    • After an hour of skimming the book, C (particularly with respect to the preprocessor) looks scarily like Perl, just with less hand-holding.